Proactive Management of Patient Transitions
(PROMPT) 

A simple free web-based dashboard to maximize usage of ENS Notifications. It allows multiple users to receive notification in real-time and collaborate on post-acute care coordination.

PATIENT MANAGEMENT OF PATIENT TRANSITIONS (PROMPT) FAQs

How can PROMPT help with patient management?

As healthcare professionals manage multiple fields of practice, their responsibilities grow proportionally. A single user can access multiple panels once they have been given permission instead of having to create multiple logins or use separate interfaces. Likewise, multiple users can be assigned to the same group, allowing work to be divided across the organization.

Can you search or filter through notifications within PROMPT?

Yes, PROMPT allows users to search for patients using many criteria and notification fields, all in a simple dashboard. Add or remove refinement filters on the fly. Complex searches can be saved, creating a one step method to call up prior searches, revisit the status of patients over time, or check on patients with chronic conditions.

How can PROMPT impact a care coordination workflow?

PROMPT is not just a view for notifications. The care coordination workflow function allows users to quickly mark notifications as being in progress or completed. Users can keep track of their work queues and mark different notifications so that their teams are not duplicating work, allowing for an easy method to coordinate follow-up activities with patients.

Does PROMPT allow for reporting?

PROMPT allows for users to export data for up to the last 30 days into easy-to-use formats such as csv or Excel files. A user can select to export all of the data for a time period up to the last 30 days or export just the data that has been filtered by the patient management search. Being able to export data into standards like csv or Excel allows users to easily put them into easy-to-understand graph or chart or other visualization software.

How do I sign up for PROMPT?

Please contact us at FLHIE-ServiceDesk@ainq.com and let us know you are interested. A Florida HIE representative will help you start the process.

PROMPT FEATURES

Deliver Transparency Across Multiple Patient Panels

PROMPT makes managing patients who may be either ACO members or part of specific care management programs more consolidated. A single user can access multiple panels once they have been given permission instead of having to create multiple logins or use separate interfaces. Likewise, multiple users can be assigned to the same group, allowing patient management status’ to be accessed across an organization.

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Supports Proactive Coordination For High-Risk Patients Through Targeted Notifications

Search for patients using specific criteria and refine filters on the fly, all within a simple dashboard. Complex searches can be easily saved, creating a one-step method to efficiently call up prior searches. By retaining search history, care teams can quickly revisit the status of patients with chronic conditions.

 

Allowing Follow-Up Coordination Within Care Teams

Once patients are discharged from hospitals, time is of the essence to provide follow-up care, thus reducing the likelihood of a readmission. PROMPT is an easy method to coordinate follow-up activities with patients. It permits users to easily keep track of their work queues and mark whether notifications have been acted upon, so care teams are not duplicating work.

Downloads data for both active care coordination or reporting

A user can select to export all of the data from a time period up to the last 30 days, or export just filtered results. Being able to export data into standards such as .CSV or Excel allows users to easily apply the data into graphs or charts within Excel, or quickly import to other visualization software.

PROMPT – A lightweight care management tool

PROMPT is a web-based user interface that allows subscribers of the Encounter Notification Service® to increase utilization of a patient’s admit, discharge, transfer (ADT) data. It serves as a lightweight care management tool and also supports follow-up workflows by providing bulk access to attributed information (such as emergency department high-utilizers).